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Headlines for October 18, 2016

OCC Fintech Charter: Will Other Regulators Play Ball?

Browse Past Issues

Are You Really There? U.S. Bank Tries Geolocation to Stop Fraud

3Q Results

Opus Stumbles on Business Once Marked for Growth

3Q Results

Too Many Branches? Wells Scandal Forces B of A to Defend Network

B of A: We Do Things Differently Than Wells Fargo

The Business Case for Diversity

Enough Already. Money-Market Funds Aren't Shadow Banks

3Q Results

Blend of M&A, Loan Growth Boosts Ameris in Ga.

3Q Results

Wintrust's 3Q Profit Surges on Double-Digit Revenue Growth

CFPB Blames Servicer Breakdowns for Student Lending Woes

Visa CEO Scharf Makes Unexpected Exit; Alfred F. Kelly Jr. to Succeed Him

Oconee in Ga. Names Former Keyworth Exec as CEO

Cybersecurity Assessment Tool Remains Voluntary: Regulators

Opus Shares Plummet on 3Q Loss Warning

Regions Buys Affordable-Housing Syndication Business

Northwest Bancshares in Pennsylvania to Buy Insurance Agency

WSFS Buys Wealth Manager in Philadelphia

In this episode of Breaking Banks: American Banker's Innovator of the Year, John Hope Bryant of Operation Hope; Richard Brown and Charley Cooper of the blockchain consortium R3; and Ravi Srinivasan, who describes India's drastic move to stamp out cash.